Went up with my friend to shoot the annual PR team match. It went quick since pairs shot simultaneously. We did great one 2 stages and not so great on two stages, so we'll see how our scores come out. I think there was only one or two other pairs in the iron sight division, and we were both shooting 10.5" SBRs. First stage was two 6" plates at 135 yards. First shooter neutralizes both from standing then moves down to kneeling. Your partner shoots from standing and hits both, and we continue like that from standing to kneeling, to sitting, to prone until each of you has one hit on each target from each position. Next up we had four 6" targets at 135 yards and three small silhouettes at 100 yards. First shooter makes hits on every target, then the seond shooter does the same. After the seond shooter finishes, we drop rifles and trade places using our partner's rifle. This was easy for us because we have similar rifles. It was funny to watch a guy with an AR and a M1A trade places and try to figure out how their partner's rifles worked. We got first on this stage. The third stage was six 6" flashers varying from 75-150 yards and 3 larger flashers at 325 yards. Each target was required to be hit once by either shooter. My friend took the long ones because he's a better shooter and has a thin front sight post for longer ranges. We worked our way in and our shots met in the middle. We got 1st in our squad. Two ROs shot this with ACOGs and smoked everyone. Stage 4 was a Virgina Count El Presidente. First shooter: 1-2-3 on each, mag change then 1-2-3. Partner does the same then the team repeats once more. My partner and I got our mags mixed up and we were shooting each other's ammo and out POI was off so we got boned on this stage. Picked up a blem (darker splotches near pistol grip) Cav Arms lower super cheap today for a lightweight build and so I can shoot an AR out of state and not have to worry about sending papers in to the ATF. If this thing was any lighter it would float.